surely there are KR owners out there

Kend Rand designed his KR-1 in 1972, he also pioneered a state-of-the-art foam-and-fiberglass composite construction method which has now become standard in homebuilt, commercial, and military aircraft.

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Re: surely there are KR owners out there

Unread post by giarc64 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:21 pm

Hey Gerhard

did the w and b on wpx this weekend. she is almost ready to go. I have done about 5 hours on high speed taxi tests already with tail up. just need to get her signed out by AP which should happen by end Dec.

So will only be flying her by mid to late Jan.

Carlton is also almost ready to fly UKU.

Try Rudi

have a great Christmas and new year

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Unread post by GerhardRossouw » Mon Dec 23, 2013 12:53 pm

Thanks Craig. I tried to get hold of Rudi, but he don't answer (ever) his phone.
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Unread post by giarc64 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 7:56 pm

GerhardRossouw wrote:Thanks Craig. I tried to get hold of Rudi, but he don't answer (ever) his phone.
He has been rather quiet. I. Wonder what is going on as there has been no news on both his kr2's
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